Wallace is pretty much correct with what he's saying. After one of his earlier outbursts I posited he might be trying to wear out his welcome. I understand that. If I were him at this stage of his career, I would probably want out too. As it concerns his criticisms / complaints I am reminded of something I tell young players (and their critics), Good decisions come from experience, and experience comes from bad decisions.
Originally Posted by celtNYpatsHeels
The collective on-court decision making of this team s erratic at best. Sometimes very good and at other times deplorable. And it manifests itself in many different ways. Distribution of shots / fouling / defensive lapses.
The mish mash roster doesn't help either. There is talent on this roster but there is also a redundancy in pieces / parts and others missing. They will overachieve some nights and woefully underachieve others. Still an entertaining group to watch if one doesn't get caught up in wins / losses.
For instance, the current story line I find interesting is Crawford's decent from his peak play earlier and increasing struggles as Rondo's return nears. Is he looking over his shoulder and pressing to hard? Is this who Crawford really is? Is he thinking back to last season where he played well then watched Wall take his minutes? For those wanting to sell high on Crawford, has the time already passed?
Rajon Rondo, Phil Pressey
Jerryd Bayless, Chris Babb
Jeff Green, Chris Johnson
Brandon Bass, Jared Sullinger
Kris Humphries, Kelly Olynyk, Joel Anthony
Colton Iverson (stashed overseas)